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04 May '17

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This Must Be The Place

This Must Be The Place (We’ve Waited Years to Love) – a new exhibition made by students of the MArch Program at UCD Architecture has been officially launched. The exhibition was officially launched by Her Excellency Marie-Claude Meylan, Ambassador of … Read More

22 Oct '16

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Songs About Home

A unique evening of musical, vocal and spoken word performances, Songs About Home reflected stories of home, homelessness and creative home-making in the Grangegorman neighbourhood. These stories are emerging in conversations with the inhabitant-participants of this unique part of Dublin city as … Read More

30 Sep '16

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Dublin City Artists Panel

Emmett is delighted to have been selected to be included on the Dublin City Council Artists Panel for 2016-2018 following an open call process.

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22 Sep '16

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Songs About Home

As part of the Home on the Grange project, we are having a concert for you, the inhabitants of the Grangegorman neighbourhood!Блоки бетонные для стен подвалов

Songs About Home is a unique evening of musical, vocal and spoken word … Read More

03 Sep '16

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Rising Home I

risinghome is a new initiative at the School of Architecture Planning and Environmental Policy. It is a research and design studio based in the first year of the MArch Part II program, co-ordinated by Emmett Scanlon and Orla Murphy.

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27 Aug '16

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Housing Incident Room

Emmett has today participated in The Housing Incident Room at the invitation of IMMA (Irish Museum of Modern Art) and IAF (Irish Architecture Foundation).

This is an architect-led workshop  that “draws on the systems and structures of A Fair Land in which to … Read More

01 Mar '16

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Home on the Grange – Public Art

Exciting news today! Home on the Grange, a collaborative public art project with photographer Aisling McCoy and graphic designer Paul Guinan has been has been commissioned under Pathway 2 of the ‘…the lives we live’1, the Grangegorman Public Art Project. This … Read More

13 Jan '16

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Extending Architecture 2016

As part of his role as Architecture Adviser to the Arts Council, Emmett has been working with the Arts Council to develop research, initiatives and now training programmes relating to public awareness of an engagement with architecture. The latest, called … Read More

12 Dec '15

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Nine Lives_ Highly Commended in the IDI Design Awards

Nine Lives, Kilkenny was recently Highly Commended in the Exhibition Design category at the IDI Design Awards 2015. There is an exhibition associated with the awards which is now on tour around Ireland – in Cork and then Waterford.

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11 Aug '15

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Nine Lives_London Reviewed by BLUEPRINT

Nine Lives in London and the New Horizon project has been reviewed by Blueprint magazine. The review says “All too often photos of new buildings, especially residential projects, are devoid of life, unoccupied by people or the clutter of everyday … Read More

08 Aug '15

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Nine Lives_Kilkenny_Opening

Nine Lives_Kilkenny, was officially opened today by Conor Skehan, Chair of the National Housing Agency. Contributions were also made by Brian Mc Gee, acting CEO of the Design and Crafts Council of Ireland and Karen Hennessy, CEO of Irish Design … Read More

31 Jul '15

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Nine Lives_Kilkenny_Release

Nine Lives, curated by Emmett Scanlon for Irish Design 2015, presents the work of nine emerging Irish architectural practices who are gaining a national and international reputation in the craft of architecture. The exhibition opens at the National Craft Gallery … Read More

28 Jul '15

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Nine Lives_Kilkenny Under Construction

Nine Lives Kilkenny is under construction as is being built by Alan Meredith Studio and is designed by Emmett Scanlon and Matthew Mullin. Alan is building nine timber ‘shutter-boxes’ in blue and pink and these will carry the work of … Read More

16 Jul '15

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Call for Tenders | Training to Engage

As part of his role as architecture Advisor to the Arts Council, Emmett has been working on a series of research projects, programmes and initiatives which seek to enhance the public’s engagement with architecture. As part of this work, the Arts … Read More

16 Jun '15

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Nine Lives_RTE Radio’s ARENA

ARENA on RTE Radio 1 covered New Horizon_Architecture from Ireland supported by Irish Design 2015 and the participation at the London Festival of Architecture in June. Follow the link to listen, report from London starts at 21min in and is followed by me live in … Read More

13 Jun '15

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Designing Exhibitions | Exhibiting Design

Emmett presented today at the Designing Exhibitions | Exhibiting Design Seminar at Dublin Castle, organised by Irish Design 2015, discussing the design and install of Nine Lives in London.

“Irish Design 2015 present a seminar for designers, curators and exhibition makers exploring … Read More

07 Jun '15

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Talk at the TANK

Emmett gave a talk about the theme and presentation of Nine Lives at the Tank, Design Museum.

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01 Jun '15

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Nine Lives Opens in London.

Nine Lives is now open at the Tank, Design Museum, London and will be open until  June 28th so come along and take a look!

Nine Lives shows work of 10 architects from Ireland selected by Raymund Ryan and Nathalie Weadick as … Read More

28 May '15

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Engaging with Architecture Scheme 2015 |Call for Applications

There are two strands for 2015 – the first is new and a research and development strand and the second strand is intended for the full implementation of projects.  Check out the details by following the link and if you … Read More

21 Mar '15

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Emmett to Curate ‘Nine Lives’ for New Horizon

It can now be confirmed that Emmett will be making a show called  Nine Lives for New Horizon_Architecture from Ireland. Nine Lives will be installed at the Tank, Design Museum from June 1 to June 28 as part of the … Read More